Snowmobile Accidents
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As the recreational use of snowmobiles has increased in recent years, so have snowmobile-related injuries. Improper and negligent operation of a snowmobile can result in a variety of serious injuries. Studies have shown that the most common non-fatal snowmobile injuries include soft tissue, nerve, and skeletal trauma. Head and neck injury, as well as drowning, account for most snowmobile-related fatalities.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission estimates that 110 people die each year and 13,400 people are injured while operating or riding snowmobiles. Nearly 40% of all snowmobile-related fatalities occur when drivers strike trees, bridges, people, or other snowmobiles.

Proper training on the use of snowmobiles and attentive driving would prevent many unnecessary deaths and injuries each year. If you or someone you love has been the victim of a snowmobile accident, contact us. At Eckman, Strandness & Egan, we've handled many snowmobile cases successfully throughout our 25-year history, and we're ready to lend our expertise to your case as well.

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2009-2010 Minnesota Snowmobile   Regulations

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Eckman, Strandness & Egan P.A.

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